Photo Diary: Austin & Marfa

If there was ever a post where starting with ‘Y’all’ was appropriate, this is the one- Y’ALL. I finally, finally made it back to Austin during the first week in March.

In case you didn’t know, I lived in Austin for a few summer months six years ago. Even though I was only there for a few months, I fell hard for the city. After I left to return to grad school for a year, I fully planned on returning upon graduating, but then- a job offer in New York popped up and so the story goes.

To be honest, I think I put off a trip back to Austin because I knew how hard it’d be to leave the city I’d fallen so hard for. It also seemed like a convenient trip when I lived in the US, and so I decided to prioritize visiting other places during my years in New York.

Even though I was only back in Austin for a few days, it was just enough time to remember all of the reasons I fell in love with the city in the first place. Can’t wait to share more about our trip, and my recos for visiting this eclectic slice of Texas.

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Sandwiched between time in Austin, we headed to Marfa, a west Texas desert town, that is in one word: magical. Marfa’s charm is tough to describe: it’s small town life, big sky country, remoteness, and this sense of everything feeling less urgent. It was, without a doubt, one of my favorite trips I’ve taken in recent years.

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